NTID ASL Program
Many deaf and hard-of-hearing students have had little or no opportunity for formal ASL study. The NTID ASL program provides instruction for deaf students who don’t know ASL–and for students who use ASL regularly.
NTID AOS and AAS students
Students who are already ASL users should take NASL 275 Structure of ASL
NTID-supported BS students may take NASL 190. If they wish to continue afterward, they may take MLAS 202 Beginning ASL II.
Placement Interview Required?
NASL 190 ASL I
NASL 200 ASL II
NASL 275 Structure of ASL
NASL 280 Strategies for Teaching Basic ASL
To view course descriptions, visit https://mycampus.rit.edu/psc/sasrch/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/COMMUNITY_ACCESS.SSS_BROWSE_CATLG.GBL and search for NASL courses.
Fall and Spring
Enrolled students register at https://www.rit.edu/infocenter/.
Leisa Boling, ASL Program Director